Imagine being able to communicate through selfies and create a network based simply on selfies. The Selfie X app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone is a social networking offering that feeds into the extreme popularity of this type of photo. Here you will actually build an entire network of friends from all over the world through the use of selfies. There are all kinds of cool features and social aspects to this iPhone selfies app that make it really fun and pretty addictive to use.
Here's your chance to share your selfies with the world and expand your social network in the process. The Selfie X app gives you a way to communicate with people, regardless of their language, by engaging in photo exchanges. You can exchange selfies with your existing group of friends or branch out and meet new ones if you like. What's fun is that you can actually see the reaction your selfie produces when your friend opens it with the "reaction" feature. This goes both ways because when you are sent a selfie your reaction will be captured too.
The app has recently gone through a number of bug fixes, it now supports iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and it was optimized for iOS 8. It currently has 4.5 out of five stars from users. Users love that this gives them a way to socialize with people around the world, that it works so smoothly, and that it is very engaging. The app has a few in-app purchases available that are priced at $0.99 to $1.99.
Communicating with Others
The way this app works is that you will begin by setting up a profile with the Selfie X app. Next you can find out who is around you or you can search for those far away. Snap a selfie and send it to whomever you like; if both parties upload a video or pic you'll enjoy a selfie swap. You can chat with the recipient and comment on the selfies. You can follow those whose selfies you enjoy, like selfies, upload an unlimited amount of selfies to your own selfie gallery, and the selfie exchanges will automatically disappear.
This is a great example of offering users something that is current, dynamic, and really hits the mark on what people are looking for in apps nowadays. Selfies seem to only be growing in popularity so why not build apps around them?